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The Tooth Fairy Legend: The Touch of Kindness

Reviewer: A teacher from Mt. Sinai, New York United States

As a teacher of elementary-age school children, I was delighted to read Long and Meyer's "Touch of Kindness." The sensitivity with which the subject matter was treated was an important issue for me. I teach children who are struggling to understand and cope with the fear of some strange winged creature entering their bedrooms to retrieve teeth in the middle of the night. How wonderful that a book finally exists that explains it all in a humorous and yet adventurous manner. The book should keep any youngster on the edge of his or her seat. The fact that the book is chaptered allows someone in my capacity to take time with the telling of the story and ask and answer a multitude of questions that will certainly surface in the classroom. And the read-along, sing-along CD's that are provided as an extra bonus will allow for some more than pleasurable moments in the "reading corner." In addition, the art work adds incredible dimension to the storyline. I can't wait to get back to work in September and introduce my new class to the wonderful, creative minds of Long and Meyer and the special world of "The Legend of the Tooth Fairy."  

The Power of the Imagination, July 17, 2002

  Reviewer: Stephanie Tham from New York

I recently purchased this delightful book for my 5 year-old nephew and 3 year-old niece. I must say they absolutely enjoyed both the book and the CD. They kept asking granny to re-read the book over and over again. It's a wonderful story full of interesting and lovable characters; characters that make you laugh and pull at your heart-strings. I thoroughly recommend it -for those who cherish and treasure a little flight of fantasy.